NOTICE REGARDING LCBO STRIKE
You may have heard that there is a risk of a strike affecting the LCBO as early as May 15, 2013. Campus Beverage Services has taken steps to allow the University to continue with alcohol related events for Convocation, Spring Reunion and other summer events, by increasing inventory levels according to experience from previous years. Inventory could become limited if the strike is lengthy, and last-minute or special/complex requests may be difficult to fulfill.
Please remember that donated alcohol is not permitted and that alcohol for campus events must be purchased through the Beverage Services department. Failure to do so constitutes a violation of the Liquor License Act of Ontario and the University’s alcohol policy.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to continue to provide seamless service during this period.
Director, Ancillary Services
ABOUT BEVERAGE SERVICES:
Beverage Services is set up to license any events held on the St. George campus via the University of Toronto liquor license. All alcohol served on the St. George Campus must be purchased by the Beverage Services Department and service staff must be trained under the University’s own Server Training Program with the only exceptions being Hart House, the Faculty Club and the Federated Colleges. Absolutely no donated alcohol is allowed on the University campus. Beverage Services acts as the liaison to ensure your event is properly licensed and adheres to all policies set forth by the University of Toronto Alcohol Policy and the Liquor License Act of Ontario.
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